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By S. Janssen

The writer investigates the options of 8 publicly indexed banks in Britain and Germany within the context of ecu monetary integration. facts is supplied that banks with protecting techniques fared larger than these which tried to damage out of a coherent economic climate so as to embody new company possibilities.

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Following this logic, the macroeconomic definition of a bank cannot be entirely disconnected from the microeconomic understanding (Büschgen, 1998, p. 34). The concept of risk-sharing links a bank’s balance sheet with the macroeconomy. According to Büschgen, only those financial intermediaries who also take some risks themselves and transform such risks should be classified as “banks” in a macroeconomic context (Büschgen, 1998, pp. 34–41). What Is a Bank? 17 An inadvertent result of the banks’ transformation activities is that they also fulfil the important function of liquidity providers to the economy.

1998) the resource-based view should be seen in the tradition of policy analysis and the “learning school” (Lindblom, 1959, 1968, 1979; Cyert & March, 1963; Weick, 1969; Quinn, 1978, 1980a, 1980b, 1989). Brandenburger and Nalebuff’s concept of co-opetition takes into account that buyers, suppliers, and producers of complementary products do not only interact as competitors, but may also work cooperatively with each other. A discussion of this game theoretical approach complements the review (Brandenburger & Nalebuff, 1996).

Conventional microeconomic theory propounds that the distribution between consumer surplus and producer surplus is a result of the level of competition, thatis the number and relative bargaining power of buyers and sellers (Grant, 2002, p. 68). Consumer surplus is defined as the difference between what the buyer would be willing to pay for a good/service and what he/she actually has to pay. Thus, the consumer surplus is a function of the consumer’s utility derived from the product or service and the price charged for it.

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